Epsom salt is a mixture of magnesium and sulfate and is also called magnesium sulfate. It is originally coming from the Epsom spring in Surrey, England, and there the water is rising to the payer of porous chalk and non-porous clay of London. In the year of 1618, an farmer from Epsom noticed that his cows didn’t want to drink water that was bitter. Then he realized that the bitter water has the body healing properties.
Our skins outside layer is covered with dry skin and it peels off the face.With epsom salt this layer can be removed and your skin will be soft. Apply Epsom salt onto your whole wet body and then you can relax in Epsom salt bath mixed with half a cup of olive oil.
If you exfoliate with epsom salt your face will be cleaner and with this preventing bacteria to form on the face and not becoming into acne.
If you apply Epsom onto your hair you will clean it from scalp toxins and make it more voluminous. Add a bit of Epsom to your conditioner and massage the scalp with the content. Leave it for 20 minutes and then rinse the hair as usually.
The benefits of Magnesim and Sulfate
Magnesium is a mineral needed for more than 325 enzyme processes such as fighting off inflammation, strenghtening the muscles, improving the work of then nerves, and reducing hardened arteries.
Sulfate betters the absorption of nutrients and encourages detoxification. When combined, these two substances prevent blood clots, soothe sprains, reduce joint ache, alleviate sore muscles, lower the inflammation from bruises, relax from tension, strengthen the bones, contribute to better sleep, and reduce the chances of diabetes.
Additional beneficial uses of Epsom salt
In order to alleviate foot pain, smelly feet, and rough feet skin, soak the feet in a mixture of warm water and half a cup of Epsom salt.
In order to stop constipation, drink a glass of water mied with a tsp of Epsom salt.
If you’ve been bitten by a bug or an insect and you need an immediate relief, put and a tbsp of Epsom in warm water and then apply this content onto the affected area.